Educator Open House in Washington, DC

If you’ll be in the DC area on Thursday, September 22, join us for our annual educator open house from 5:30–7:30 pm.

Light refreshments will be served. You can enjoy a special after-hours viewing of our exhibits, including the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights.

We’ll also provide an introduction to our:

  • classroom resources and primary sources,
  • online learning programs,
  • field trip options,
  • professional development opportunities, and
  • ideas and support for National History Day.

Come meet our National Archives education specialists and hear about the National Archives in your classroom!

Registration is requested but not required: https://www.archivesfoundation.org/event/educators-open-house-2016/

You can download the flyer here (PDF) to share with your education colleagues.

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One Response to Educator Open House in Washington, DC

  1. Christa.Wielpuetz@t-online.de says:

    Dear Sir or Madam, One question if I may: Isn´t it – If you ARE in Washington, instead of – “if you´ll be in Washington ” – see below ???? , since it is a conditional clause ?? I am confused now and would very much appreciate a reply. Thank you very much in advance. Yours sincerely, Christa Wielpuetz

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